Zip-Up Open-Toe Compression Socks

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  • Zip-Up Open-Toe Compression Socks
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  • Zip-Up Open-Toe Compression Socks
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  • Zip-Up Open-Toe Compression Socks

These Zippered Compression Socks are the easy-to-use and help to soothe and revitalize your legs, giving you the pep back in your step!  Standing all day can cause pain throughout your legs and feet, but these Zippered Compression Socks alleviate this pain by increasing circulation, giving you instant relief from even your worst pain and swelling!

The toe-less design fits every size foot and the pinch-resistant zipper makes these socks easy to put on and take off.  

These compression stockings are made with a breathable nylon, spandex blend that allows them to be worn with any type of shoe. The nude color blends well with most skin tones so no one will even know you're wearing them!

The comfortable design is perfect for long trips and helps to relieve swelling and fluid retention! The days of suffering with leg swelling and painful varicose veins are over. Now you can help relieve you symptoms all day, every day. Just Zip the pain away with Zippered Compression Socks!

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SKU: 
7173
Condition: 
Brand New
Packaging: 
Retail
Features: 
  • Designed to increase blood circulation and reduce swelling
  • Quick and convenient to wear 
  • Not visible under your clothing
  • Built-in zipper & adjustable Velcro make it super easy to put on
  • Perfect compression sleeve for travel, sports, work, or home
  • Open toe design
  • Pinch-resistant zipper
  • Color: black or tan 
  • Sizes:
  • S/M: fits women’s shoe sizes 6–9.5, and men’s shoe sizes 5–9.5
  • L/XL: fits women’s shoe sizes 10–13.5, and men’s shoe sizes 10–12.5
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Sounds like a good deal!
Nandini A on Aug 17, 2017
Vein issues
Tom S on Aug 17, 2017
Sounds like a good deal!
Nandini A on Aug 17, 2017
For the ease of putting them on
Robert H on Aug 17, 2017
Vein issues
Tom S on Aug 17, 2017
I NEEDED THEM AND SAW YOU WERE OFFERING THEM
JUDITH M on Aug 17, 2017
I have the black and they work great so I ordered the tan
Corrine G on Aug 17, 2017
I WEAR THEM DAILY AND HOPE THESE FIT BETTER THAN SOME I'VE GOTTEN FROM YOU...I HAVE ORDERED THEM SEVERAL TIMES.
SANDRA S on Aug 16, 2017
Look convenient. Hope they fit
JOSEPH Y on Aug 15, 2017
Spent long hours on my feet as a nurse, hoping they work.
beatrice c on Aug 14, 2017
wanted to try these compression hose
Leona C on Aug 14, 2017
Needed for parent,
Linda K on Aug 14, 2017
Good price, hoping for quality leg support!!!
Harry H on Aug 12, 2017
for daughter to try
Debbie G on Aug 12, 2017
they really help swelling of feet and ankles
Joyce M on Aug 12, 2017
Decided to give these a try to help with leg problems!
Beverly S on Aug 11, 2017
Already use them
Joseph L on Aug 11, 2017
I am a diabetic and sit a lot.
Dorine J on Aug 11, 2017
My Doctor told me to wear compression and these are the best I have found. They are inexpensive and they work.

Louise
EMMA H on Aug 9, 2017
Open toe is great! I have diabetic foot ulcers on my toes and they can only be covered by bandages. Zippered sides will make it much easier to put them on.
Linda A on Aug 9, 2017
on my fee ta lot
Katharine S on Aug 9, 2017
I need them for my legs
Emma V on Aug 9, 2017
For the ease of putting them on
Robert H on Aug 17, 2017
I NEEDED THEM AND SAW YOU WERE OFFERING THEM
JUDITH M on Aug 17, 2017
How much compression?
A shopper on Aug 9, 2017
What is the compression on the socks I need 30 to 40 ?
A shopper on Aug 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: 10–20 mmHg
Is this considered a mild or medium compression?
Linda Grace M on Aug 12, 2017
Are these for men?
bigrich on Aug 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: They're unisex.
Can these be used to wear for surgery?
A shopper on Aug 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We recommend asking your physician for the most relevant response to your particular circumstance.